Date: Sunday, 15.08.2021
Location: The start and finish are on Valukoja street in Ülemiste City. The race centre is located in the East parking lot of Ülemiste City.
• Sport race 117,0 km (2 laps: 58,5 km + 58,5 km)
• Hobby race 117,0 km (2 laps: 58,5 km + 58,5 km)
• Public race 75,7 km (1 lap: 75,7 km)
• Youth race 75,7 km (1 lap: 75,7 km)
• Children's races
9:00-12:45 - registration open, race numbers can be picked up
9:00-13:00 - registration for children's races
12:00 - team representative meeting, numbers for support vehicles - under catering tent
13:00 - start of sport race
13:03 - start of hobby race
13:10 - start of public race
13:20 - start of youth race
13:25 - start of children's races
The award ceremony will take place approximately 30 minutes after the winner of the sport race has finished.
17:00 - the finish is closed
• Participants can park their cars around the race centre in the same parking lot in Ülemiste City.
• M/N-U7, distance ca 300 m
• M/N-U10, distance ca 1 km
• M/N-U13, distance ca 2 km
Catering by Põltsamaa
There will be a Põltsamaa travelling restaurant at Tallinn Folk Race, providing tasty Põltsamaa soup and juice drinks to all participants.
Race participants can shower for free in Ülemiste MyFitness gym.
PS! MyFitness does not provide locks for lockers. If you wish to lock your locker you should bring your own lock or leave your valuables in your car or at the bag hold in the race centre.
The Tallinn Folk Race track has a fairly smooth profile characteristic to North Estonia. The race centre, start and finish are located on Valukoja street in Ülemiste City. Riders leave the city along Suur-Sõjamäe street and pass through Lagedi and Jüri to start the lap. The only hills on the track, even though they are quite small, are located on the farthest part of the lap between Peningi and Vaida. The roads chosen for the race has as little traffic as possible. Riders can expect to see the most traffic on Suur-Sõjamäe street and between Jüri and Aruküla. The road cover varies a lot. The area closest to the start, the unrenovated part of Suur-Sõjamäe street, has the worst road cover on the track. Even though there are no large hills in this race, there are plenty of road sections that are open to strong winds. Despite this a group finish can still be expected.
• The race manual provides a detailed description of the awards system.
|2019 Oskar Nisu
2018 Martin Laas
2017 Gert Jõeäär
2016 Mihkel Räim
2015 Vahur Valvas
|2014 Samuel Pökälä
2013 Kristen Kivistik
2012 Mart Ojavee
2011 Allar Karu
Even though riders have priority over other traffic on the race track, most of the track is also open to cars. Riders are obliged to follow traffic regulations and ensure their own safety to the best of their ability. If no police or security escorts are present, all riders must stay on the right side of the road.